Dodgers fans heading out to the stadium this week to take in a game are going to be met with new mask mandates from the team. Previously, fans were required to wear masks when in an indoor area throughout the stadium.
Now, fans will be required to wear their masks, regardless of vaccination status, when going to concession stands. This includes the outdoor stands and is not limited to the indoor locations or those in the covered areas. Dodgers fans will be asked to wear them for the safety of concession workers and all fans in the stadium.
The Dodgers sent the following email to fans prior to Monday night’s game against the Pirates:
We can’t wait to welcome you to Dodger Stadium soon! Please know that starting tonight, masks will be required for concessions service at all stands at Dodger Stadium, regardless of vaccination status or the stand location (indoor/outdoor/concourse).
Dodgers fans heading to Chavez Ravine this week can read more about the health and safety policies from the team here. They take on the Pirates for 3 games this week before starting a 4-game series with the Mets starting Thursday night in Los Angeles.